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5 years 11 months ago #2045 by alecrespi

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5 years 11 months ago - 5 years 11 months ago #2133 by Bayernkini
And another 4 VP Scenario, which was ended after a few turns :unsure:

And the big advantage of 36 block french CAV against 18 block prussian....

I hope not, but i fear, this is will be another outbalanced scenario....

Also if the prussian may start and hold the CAV Charge, they have the higher risk

General, i don´t like much such 4VP scenarios, but if, they should have nearly same Units/Blocks on both sides

My dice are the hell!
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1 year 1 month ago #5997 by Mark-McG
Much like other cavalry scenarios, I expect balance would be improved by reducing the French cavalry to 3 blocks, and using a reduced 50 Card Command Deck
www.commandsandcolors.net/napoleonics/fo...rd-command-deck.html

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6 months 1 week ago #6422 by Mark-McG
played this reducing all the French cavalry down to 3 strength. Prussians won 4-2
still plays very quickly, but that is cavalry clashes

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